I'm the Electronic Resources Cataloger at Princeton University Library. I've been a librarian since 1997. Before moving to Princeton in March of 2004, I was the Project Manager/Automation Liaison in the Cataloging and Database Maintenance Department at the University of Cincinnati Library. While at UC, I had the opportunity to wear many hats, including cataloging serials and electronic resources and managing the library’s ongoing quality control program and outsourced authority control work. At Princeton, I'm a member of the Library Training and Education Committee, chair of the Electronic Resources Cataloging Committee, and a member of the Electronic Resources Advisory Group.
I'm also a part-time lecturer in the graduate school at Rutgers University. I teach Cataloging and Classification in the University's School of Communication, Information and Library Studies.
I serve on the Executive Board of the Black Caucus of the American Library Association, and I am co-vice-chair of ALA's Associations for Library Collections & Technical Services' Cataloging Norms Discussion Group.